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Walter Shawn Browne vs Bent Larsen
San Antonio (1972), San Antonio, TX USA, rd 8, Nov-29
Caro-Kann Defense: Exchange. Rubinstein Variation (B13)  ·  1-0

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Feb-11-08  Riverbeast: Dang, Browne just WAXES Larsen in this game
Dec-22-09
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  sisyphus: This game is featured in Andy Soltis' "Winning with 1 e4."
Jun-30-14  Wyatt Gwyon: Once it was apparent Larsen's minority attack came to nothing, it was all over. Those light squares on the kingside were just gaping.
Jun-30-14
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  perfidious: The time-honoured method 7....Na5, first seen in Maroczy vs Capablanca, 1926, whose reputation suffered after the classic game Fischer vs Petrosian, 1970, may well be best in light of J Benjamin vs S Djuric, 1988.
Jun-30-14  Wyatt Gwyon: <Perfidious> I forgot about that Capa game. Thanks for linking to it. Pretty textbook demonstration of his style.
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